The Minutemen scored a season-low 53 points Saturday evening and shot just 30.4 percent from the field.
Minutewomen look for offensive surge against the Dukes on Wednesday
Freshman stands atop Minutewomen’s scoring attack.
The Minutemen defeated their longest-standing rivals Tuesday night at Mullins Center after rebounding from a poor finish to regulation.
After missing two free throws in the final minute of regulation, Davis scored five points in the extra period to put the game out of reach for Rhode Island.
The Minutemen struggled to stop the Rams from driving to the basket in overtime Saturday afternoon.
Donte Clark drilled a 3-pointer with 8.8 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game to overtime.
Seth Berger scored a career-high 17 points after Minutemen coach Derek Kellogg removed him from the starting lineup prior to the game.
The Minutewomen’s best offensive performance of the 2016 calendar year wasn’t enough to push them past the Rams on annual Field Trip Day.
Minutemen coach Derek Kellogg has a career record of 1-4 at St. Joe’s Hagan Arena with his last win coming in 2010.
The Minutewomen will be in search of their first conference victory of the season when Rhode Island travels to Amherst for Wednesday’s game
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Bembry, a junior forward, has averaged more than 21 points per game in his career against the Minutemen.
Trey Davis is leading the Minutemen with his 3-point shooting and steady play as the team’s senior point guard.
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Head Coach Derek Kellogg and Trey Davis talk to the media following Saturday’s loss to St. Louis 86-75
Derek Kellogg and Trey Davis discuss loss to St. Louis and plans for the team moving forward.
Trey Davis finished with a game-high 36 points Saturday, but the Billikens’ 22-2 second half run carried them past the Minutemen.
The Minutemen fell to Saint Louis 86-75 Saturday afternoon, marking their fifth straight double digit loss.
After coming off the bench for the first 95 games of his Minutemen career, the senior got his first starting nod on Jan. 9.